Hazelton RCMP kept busy

Hazelton RCMP were kept busy in the lead up to Christmas.

  • Dec. 24, 2014 8:00 p.m.

New Hazelton RCMP responded to 87 calls during this week.

December 19 – At 8:30 am a westbound older Dodge pickup with a canopy clipped a pedestrian on Hwy 16 near College St. The pedestrian did not sustain injury.

December 21 – At 6:18 am, police received a call from the 4800 block of Strathern Rd in Hazelton. A male suspect broke a window at the residence and fled. Police located the male nearby and arrested him for mischief and breach of conditions. Charges are pending.

December 24 – At 9:53 am police responded to a single vehicle collision on Hwy 16 near South Hazelton. A black SUV was westbound when the driver lost control, crossed the centreline and entered the south ditch. The SUV rolled onto it’s roof. One occupant was taken to hospital, the driver did not sustain any injuries. Road conditions are considered a factor in this collision.

Happy Holidays from the New Hazelton RCMP

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